For applications to the EdD in Adult and Community Education, please email inquires and documents to the concentration's program director, Dr. Michelle Glowacki-Dudka.
Email Program Director
Materials to Submit
The Advanced Graduate Studies Committee for Adult and Community Education, which determines admission to the program, considers the following documents as part of the admissions package:
- a brief autobiography (500-1,000 words)
- a statement of your philosophy of learning and education (500-1,000 words)
- a description of the goals you intend to accomplish by earning a doctoral degree and your research interests (500-1,000 words)
- current education and employment vitae
Applicants should demonstrate evidence of high levels of competence in written and oral expression in English. The autobiography and statement of philosophy of learning are typically evidence enough, but the faculty may ask you to submit a high quality, representative sample of your prior academic coursework.